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sorry reptiletards, but you are wrong about the species..

 
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12/19/2012 01:10 AM
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sorry reptiletards, but you are wrong about the species..
the fish, the fish, the fish, the fish, the fish.

the ultimate salvation is the fish

jesus is the fish

scales on the fish

wide range and superior eyes belong to the fishes, not reptiles

saint anthony tried to please them

the symbol was substituted (occulted) with the representation of the death of the fish

the fish symbol, a representation of free thinking in roman-era dungeons, not salvation at all (you were bound to never take or represent that symbol @ the surface)

ratzinger (and every pope) reverted to fish hats, looking up to the stars from the top of their heads.




but today, they have done it: everybody looks with fear to the landwalking lizards, instead of fearing the depths. they are arriving, and they LOVE water.

no fear, but get your harpoons ready, we are not fighting lizards, i repeat, THEY'RE NOT LIZARDS!



godspeed to you all, simple ones. and fear not, we have a resistance building up as we type here.
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Re: sorry reptiletards, but you are wrong about the species..
bump

i searched glp like hell, and there was no topic whatsoever about the subject.



break the great illusion
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12/19/2012 12:24 PM
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Re: sorry reptiletards, but you are wrong about the species..
"The mask! How can the prisoner reach outside except by thrusting through the wall? To me, the white whale is that wall, shoved near to me. Sometimes I think there's naught beyond. But 'tis enough. He tasks me; he heaps me; I see in him outrageous strength, with an inscrutable malice sinewing it. That inscrutable thing is chiefly what I hate; and be the white whale agent, or be the white whale principal, I will wreak that hate upon him.

Talk not to me of blasphemy, man; I'd strike the sun if it insulted me. For could the sun do that, then could I do the other; since there is ever a sort of fair play herein, jealousy presiding over all creations. But not my master, man, is even that fair play. Who's over me? Truth hath no confines. Take off thine eye! more intolerable than fiends' glarings is a doltish stare! So, so; thou reddenest and palest; my heat has melted thee to anger-glow.

But look ye, Starbuck, what is said in heat, that thing unsays itself. There are men from whom warm words are small indignity. I meant not to incense thee. Let it go. Look! see yonder Turkish cheeks of spotted tawn - living, breathing pictures painted by the sun. The Pagan leopards - the unrecking and unworshipping things, that live; and seek, and give no reasons for the torrid life they feel! The crew, man, the crew! Are they not one and all with Ahab, in this matter of the whale?

See Stubb! he laughs! See yonder Chilian! he snorts to think of it. Stand up amid the general hurricane, thy one tost sapling cannot, Starbuck! And what is it? Reckon it. 'Tis but to help strike a fin; no wondrous feat for Starbuck. What is it more? From this one poor hunt, then, the best lance out of all Nantucket, surely he will not hang back, when every foremast-hand has clutched a whetstone? Ah! constrainings seize thee; I see! the billow lifts thee! Speak, but speak! - Aye, aye! thy silence, then, that voices thee. (Aside) something shot from my dilated nostrils, he has inhaled it in his lungs. Starbuck now is mine; cannot oppose me now, without rebellion."

"God keep me! - keep us all!" murmured Starbuck, lowly. "

* * * *

"Attend now, my braves. I have mustered ye all round this capstan; and ye mates, flank me with your lances; and ye harpooneers, stand there with your irons; and ye, stout mariners, ring me in, that I may in some sort revive a noble custom of my fisherman fathers before me."
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12/19/2012 12:32 PM
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Re: sorry reptiletards, but you are wrong about the species..
"Talk not to me of blasphemy, man; I'd strike the sun if it insulted me."

Aye, Cap'n! Hoist ye sails. Grab ye harpoons!
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12/19/2012 12:39 PM
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Re: sorry reptiletards, but you are wrong about the species..
Well that is one way to spin it upside down.

k, let me see, if jesus fed them fishes, and it is a blood oath with their blood being the sacred blood seen on the shroud of turin and it being the same 1% that controls the globe, and they go about eating fishes and piggies, and they write great comedy named so long and thanks for all the fish, well surely, it must be the fish then.

You sir/madam are a genius.
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12/19/2012 12:53 PM
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Re: sorry reptiletards, but you are wrong about the species..
"See Stubb! he laughs! See yonder Chilian! he snorts to think of it. Stand up amid the general hurricane, thy one tost sapling cannot, Starbuck! And what is it? Reckon it. 'Tis but to help strike a fin; no wondrous feat for Starbuck. What is it more? From this one poor hunt, then, the best lance out of all Nantucket, surely he will not hang back, when every foremast-hand has clutched a whetstone? Ah! constrainings seize thee; I see! the billow lifts thee! Speak, but speak! - Aye, aye! thy silence, then, that voices thee."

* * * *

"Scholars dispute whether Ahab considers Moby Dick to be a representative of evil or whether the captain's vanity is so great that he wants to take on the structure of nature, even G-d himself."

[link to www.cliffsnotes.com]
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12/19/2012 01:17 PM
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"For an instant, the tranced boat's crew stood still; then turned. 'The ship? Great God, where is the ship?' Soon they through dim, bewildering mediums saw her sidelong fading phantom, as in the gaseous Fata Morgana; only the uppermost masts out of water; while fixed by infatuation, or fidelity, or fate, to their once lofty perches, the pagan harpooneers still maintained their sinking look-outs on the sea. And now, concentric circles seized the lone boat itself, and all its crew, and each floating oar, and every lancepole, and spinning, animate and inanimate, all round and round in one vortex, carried the smallest chip of the Pequod out of sight.

"But as the last whelmings intermixingly poured themselves over the sunken head of the Indian at the mainmast, leaving a few inches of the erect spar yet visible, together with long streaming yards of the flag, which calmly undulated, with ironical coincidings, over the destroying billows they almost touched;-at that instant, a red arm and a hammer hovered backwardly uplifted in the open air, in the act of nailing the flag faster and yet faster to the subsiding spar. A sky-hawk that tauntingly had followed the main-truck downwards from its natural home among the stars, pecking at the flag, and incommoding Tashtego there; this bird now chanced to intercept its broad fluttering wing between the hammer and the wood; and simultaneously feeling that etherial thrill, the submerged savage beneath, in his death-gasp, kept his hammer frozen there; and so the bird of heaven, with archangelic shrieks, and his imperial beak thrust upwards, and his whole captive form folded in the flag of Ahab, went down with his ship, which, like Satan, would not sink to hell till she had dragged a living part of heaven along with her, and helmeted herself with it.

"Now small fowls flew screaming over the yet yawning gulf; a sullen white surf beat against its steep sides; then all collapsed, and the great shroud of the sea rolled on as it rolled five thousand years ago."

* * * *

It so chanced, that after the Parsee's disappearance, I was he whom the Fates ordained to take the place of Ahab's bowsman, when that bowsman assumed the vacant post; the same, who, when on the last day the three men were tossed from out the rocking boat, was dropped astern. So. floating on the margin of the ensuing scene, and in full sight of it, when the half-spent suction of the sunk ship reached me, I was then, but slowly, drawn towards the closing vortex. When I reached it, it had subsided to a creamy pool. Round and round, then, and ever contracting towards the button-like black bubble at the axis of that slowly wheeling circle, like another ixion I did revolve. till gaining that vital centre, the black bubble upward burst; and now, liberated by reason of its cunning spring, and owing to its great buoyancy, rising with great force, the coffin like-buoy shot lengthwise from the sea, fell over, and floated by my side. Buoyed up by that coffin, for almost one whole day and night, I floated on a soft and dirge-like main. The unharming sharks, they glided by as if with padlocks on their mouths; the savage sea-hawks sailed with sheathed beaks. On the second day, a sail drew near, nearer, and picked me up at last. It was the devious-cruising Rachel, that in her retracing search after her missing children, only found another orphan.


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12/19/2012 01:20 PM
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Re: sorry reptiletards, but you are wrong about the species..
Wanna really have a mind fuck?

Imagine the dinosaurs never went extinct, yet didn't grow as tall due to a change in Earth's gravity/atmosphere.
If they had the time to evolve, they could turn into reptilian humanoids perhaps capable of shapeshifting or other magic due to their lengthy evolution and are currently controlling man.

...Not saying it's true.

...But, what is truth?
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12/19/2012 01:23 PM
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Re: sorry reptiletards, but you are wrong about the species..
"For could the sun do that, then could I do the other; since there is ever a sort of fair play herein, jealousy presiding over all creations. But not my master, man, is even that fair play. Who's over me? Truth hath no confines. Take off thine eye! more intolerable than fiends' glarings is a doltish stare! So, so; thou reddenest and palest; my heat has melted thee to anger-glow. "

An American Classic!

Cheers! hf

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